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Template V.24, 1-Mar-2007 Creating Value with the Infor MES & QM Jay Melville Sr. Manufacturing Consultant Mike LeRoy Business Unit Manager, May 30, 2007
Template V.24, 1-Mar-2007 3 The Infor MES Suite The Infor MES Suite currently consists of three modules: Production Operations Manufacturing Data Collection and Communications (MDCC) Lean Execution and Planning (LEAP) Quality Assurance Operations Quality Management (QM) Maintenance Operations * Inventory Operations * * Available with XA, but not included in the MES Suite
Template V.24, 1-Mar-2007 7 This is the QM Main Menu… QM Highlights
Template V.24, 1-Mar-2007 8 Paper-Less QM – Sample Setup Screens From the Main Menu you can perform all the setup functions
Template V.24, 1-Mar-2007 9 Paper-Less QM – Sample Setup Screens You start by defining test equipment, defect codes, trends, units-of-measure, etc…
Template V.24, 1-Mar-2007 10 Paper-Less QM – Sample Setup Screens (Control Plans) …then you create a Control Plan. Control plans can be location, revision level, and effective date controlled. We also include a complete maintenance history to help you track all the changes made to your control plans.
Template V.24, 1-Mar-2007 11 Paper-Less QM – Sample Setup Screens (Control Plans) Control Plans can be associated with a single item or with a family of items. You can add tester notes, attachments, and enable “electronic signatures” that will require the tester to enter their badge and password prior to entering test results.
Template V.24, 1-Mar-2007 12 Paper-Less QM – Sample Setup Screens (Control Plans) You define the type of test you want to perform: -A-Attribute -V-Variable Attribute Entry enables test results to be entered using simple buttons with text. You define the appropriate defect codes, how and what to test, and what to do when you have a problem or non-conforming part.
Template V.24, 1-Mar-2007 13 Paper-Less QM – Sample Setup Screens (Control Plans) Variable Entry gives you the ability to input numeric test results. You define what unit of measure to use, target values, upper and lower control and specification limits, and even the number of decimals you allow the tester to enter.
Template V.24, 1-Mar-2007 14 Paper-Less QM – Sample Setup Screens (Control Plans) To further assist the tester during test entry, you can add attachments, “rich text” (images and text), even videos, etc.
Template V.24, 1-Mar-2007 15 Paper-Less QM – Sample Setup Screens (Control Plans) Here you can define the Sample Size and Timing using fixed sample sizes or AQL sampling plans. You can “link” the test to a specific operation, work center, purchase order or vendor. Sample sizes and frequencies can be overridden at the vendor level for purchased parts.
Template V.24, 1-Mar-2007 16 Paper-Less QM – Sample Setup Screens (Control Plans) And finally, you can create Alarms that enable you to specify trend conditions to monitor for, and the response the system should take when an alarm is triggered. Responses can include tester notification, creating a non conforming material report, and even the ability to send an e-mail to notify appropriate personnel.
Template V.24, 1-Mar-2007 18 Paper-Less QM – In action QM is fully integrated with MDCC. Test “notification” and entry is automatically displayed when performing a Job-On transaction and/or when reporting production activity at Job Off.
Template V.24, 1-Mar-2007 19 Paper-Less QM – In action You can also test inbound materials from your suppliers during the receiving process.
Template V.24, 1-Mar-2007 20 Paper-Less QM – Test entry Test entry begins by providing the tester with a summary of all the critical quality information required for test entry including what needs to tested, how to test it, sampling sizes, etc.
Template V.24, 1-Mar-2007 21 Paper-Less QM – Test entry The Control Plan manages when and how to enter test data for multiple items. You can use two entry methods: - page (enter multiple tests for the same item) - s- sequential (the same test for multiple items)
Template V.24, 1-Mar-2007 22 Paper-Less QM – Test entry As each test is presented, you can require entry/identification of the test equipment used, serial numbers, electronic signatures, etc.
Template V.24, 1-Mar-2007 23 Paper-Less QM – Test entry The tester then enters the test results and any pertinent observations about the test.
Template V.24, 1-Mar-2007 24 Paper-Less QM – Test entry If a problem or non-conforming part is identified, you can enter one or more defect codes…
Template V.24, 1-Mar-2007 25 Paper-Less QM – Test entry …and automatically create a non- conforming material report, or send an email notification that you have a problem on the floor.
Template V.24, 1-Mar-2007 26 Paper-Less QM – Test entry This is an example of the automatic email notification. You define what information you want to send and who it goes to!
Template V.24, 1-Mar-2007 27 Paper-Less QM – Non-Conformance reporting and management You can manage and update non-conformance reports.
Template V.24, 1-Mar-2007 28 Paper-Less QM – viewing test results and trends View and graph test results and trends…
Template V.24, 1-Mar-2007 29 Paper-Less QM – viewing the Test Log …or use the QM Log sheet to search and view tests, trends, and even perform a re-test.
Template V.24, 1-Mar-2007 31 In summary The Infor MES “Suite” and QM provide an unprecedented set of tools to support your manufacturing operations today and tomorrow including: Real-time access to quality requirements & activities Quality Management and Six Sigma fully integrated with production reporting and inventory management. … and it’s all fully integrated with XA!
Template V.24, 1-Mar-2007 32 For more information…. Contact Paper-Less LLC at: www.paperlessllc.com www.paperlessllc.com Klaus Frost 262-567-9240 x157 Jay Melville 612-799-9363
Template V.24, 1-Mar-2007 33 Thank you for attending! Questions ?